North Rhine-Westphalia’s university and research landscape is the densest in the whole of Europe. More than 450,000 young people study at some 60 North Rhine-Westphalian universities.
The knowledge potential of academically trained young people and the academic teaching staff and research personnel is the most important ‘commodity’ in the state. Securing and developing the high standard of quality in teaching and research is one focus of active education policy in NRW, along with internationalisation. So far, NRW is the only German state to have introduced legislation granting universities autonomy and maximum freedom of activity and development.
In addition, some 100 technology centres and research institutes, 14 Fraunhofer Institutes, 11 Max Planck Institutes and Jülich Research Centre, the largest research facility in Europe with a staff of 4,200, keep distances in the region down to a minimum and foster personal communication.
North Rhine-Westphalia is at the vanguard of biotechnology, and in medical technology, too, it is one of the premier German regions.
Congresses, meetings and symposia are a key communication tool for this and an indispensable avenue of disciplinary and interdisciplinary information sharing.
This way, valuable synergetic effects are generated, strengthening Düsseldorf’s long-term position as a business and science hub.
DüsseldorfConress cooperates with Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf and will put you directly in touch with contacts from the field of science and research you are looking for.
It will also provide extensive and detailed information on
- NRW’s innovative potential,
- scientific facilities and institutions,
- scientific associations and societies,
- scientific events.
Click on the enclosed link for further information on cooperation between Heinrich-Heine-University and DüsseldorfCongress.